Bondholders doubt rapid return to Suriname talks

Bondholders doubt rapid return to Suriname talks

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Suriname's bondholders do not expect to resume negotiations with the government in the next few months, or possibly not until oil companies start making final investment decisions on offshore discoveries, a source close to a bondholder group told LatinFinance on Wednesday. The bondholders, represented by UK firm Newstate Partners, triggered a default clause on Suriname's 2023 and 2026 bonds on Monday, accusing the sovereign issuer of lacking good faith in negotiations.  Suriname replied on Tuesd

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